New Tech News

January 21, 2018

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New Tech's 10th Anniversary Celebration March 22nd!

New Tech High @ Coppell has officially turned 10 years old! To celebrate its birthday, a big event will be held on March 22nd. We would appreciate all donations to help make this event successful! Donating as little as $10 (for the big 10) would help a lot. Donations can be made on

Important Dates Coming Up

  • February 2nd- Blood Drive on Campus

  • February 6th-8th- Middle School Shadow Days

  • February 7th- Since this is a shadow day, we will follow a normal 8:40-4:05 schedule with 1 exception: we will have networking and lunch combined from 11:30-12:30

  • February 9th- Private School Shadow Days

  • February 14th- Snacker Challenge

  • February 19th- No School

  • February 27th- ACT + Writing

Congrats NTH@C DECA!!!! 30 Learners Headed to State!!! Sikyra Named President of District 11!!!!

Legacy Learner Applications

The normal application window is open! Please click the application link for details.

Block Schedule for 2018-2019

As you may have heard, the high school campuses will be transitioning to a regular A/B block next school year. This means we will have four classes on A day and four classes on the B day that will alternate throughout the year (no more "skinny" periods). Please click the button below for the proposed schedule for NTH@C. Over the course of the next few months, we will continue to gather feedback from parents, learners, and faculty to make sure we end up with the best schedule for all involved.

Have feedback? For our learners: Principal Batik will have cookie chats with learners throughout the spring semester (watch your email for details- these will be held on FULL FLEX Wednesdays).

Parents: Please feel free to bring up thoughts at PTSO meetings or send an email.

Thank you!

Steffany Batik

Congrats Rebekah Penton !!! Senior of the Week!!! Hope you enjoy your faculty parking space for the week!

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Prom Tickets Available Now!!

NTH@C Junior and Senior Learners have been nominated TO…


Saturday, May 5, 2018, 6:30 PM to 11:59 PM

NYLO Hotel, 1001 W Royal Ln, Irving, TX 75039

PURCHASE TICKETS Online or at NTH@C office
Early bird price: $110 through 2/28/2018
Regular price: $130 effective 3/1/18 Deadline to Purchase: April 20, 2018

Contact Martha Gonzalez

Questions? please e-mail Martha Gonzalez or Caroline Khan

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Blood Drive

Friday, February 2

9:00 am – 3:00 pm


113 Samuel Blvd.

Coppell, TX 75019

Visit: and use sponsor code nths or Click Here to schedule an appointment.

Chipotle Fundraiser for The Day

Come out to Chipotle on Tuesday, January 30th between 5-9pm for dinner! Half of all proceeds go to New Tech's annual student-led community service day, The Day. Make sure to say at the register that you're from New Tech!
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Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program for 10th-11th grade

This is the first time GWC will offer SIP in Dallas at AT&T and JPMorgan Chase. The early deadline is February 16 and the application closes March 16. Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Programs are FREE 7-week summer programs for rising high school juniors and seniors to learn computer science, get exposure to tech jobs and join a supportive sisterhood of thousands of girls across the US. In the Summer Immersion Program, your students will learn about:

  • Tech Companies -- They’ll meet female engineers and get an inside look at technical roles in the world’s top companies.

  • Project-based learning -- They’ll learn computer science through real-world projects in art and storytelling, robotics, video games, websites, apps and more!

  • Sisterhood -- They’ll work in teams and make lifelong friendships with a supportive and diverse community of thousands of girls.

See Flyer Below!!

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CISD Strategic Design Information

As you might have heard, Coppell Independent School District has kicked off a new district Strategic Design effort. This important work will help us to create Coppell ISD’s next set of priorities from which all district efforts will be aligned over the coming years.

Your input is a very critical component to the success of this effort. As such, we launched a Strategic Design Questionnaire that we hope every district stakeholder will complete. While there are other opportunities to get involved in the Strategic Design effort, this questionnaire is one way for every voice to be heard. It was designed to gather your individual opinions and perspectives specific to the current state of, and future desires for, Coppell ISD. We encourage all of our current and former students, parents, community members and of course, Coppell ISD employees, to complete this questionnaire, so we may ensure we are moving forward with all stakeholder input.

Please note the questionnaire takes only 12-15 minutes of your time and has been translated in English, Telugu and Spanish. All versions of the questionnaire, as well as all other details and phases of our Strategic Design effort, can be found at

On behalf of Coppell ISD, let me personally thank you for your time, your insight and your contributions to this important effort.

Paid Internship at Citi

Click on the document below for information on a paid internship opportunity for female learners who are 16 or above.

New York Academy of Sciences STEM Opportunity

We are delighted to announce the open application for year 3 of the 1000 Girls, 1000 Futures program! We've had an amazing second year and are excited to once again offer this unique endeavor designed to encourage more young women to participate and stay in STEM fields. Students work with professional STEM mentors on communication, leadership, critical thinking, and college readiness over the course of 11 months. Everything happens on a free, accessible online platform to maximize flexibility in scheduling. Apply and join this amazing community of female STEM leaders today!

Students in the 1000 Girls program:

    • Are between 13-18 years of age
    • Identify as female
    • Are currently enrolled in high school or an equivalent
    • Want to work with a mentor
    • Have regular and reliable access to the internet
    • Can communicate in English, both oral and written
    • Are passionate about one or more STEM fields

STEM Scholars

Our new mentoring initiative was designed for students and participants of any gender, and follow our three-pillared model of virtual programming: one to one mentorship, coursework for students to develop their 21st century skills, and complete network access for everyone in the program. Apply today to be part of an exciting new initiative to continue to create, strong, well-rounded STEM leaders – but hurry as spots are limited!

Students in the STEM Scholars program:

    • Are between 13-18 years of age
    • Are currently enrolled in high school or an equivalent
    • Want to work with a mentor
    • Have regular and reliable access to the internet
    • Can communicate in English, both oral and written
    • Are passionate about one or more STEM fields
Yearbook Promo Ad

NTH@C Yearbook is excited to be gearing up for our 10th Anniversary as a school. Please watch the following the video from our yearbook staff. The book is currently $60 but will but be going up.

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society- NTH@C's Donation Page

Please use this link if you would like to make a donation to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through our campus.

Join PTSO!!!

Purchase your PTSO membership by visiting the PTSO webstore. Membership in the PTSO helps us support NTH@C and gets you a copy of the student directory. To purchase, visit PTSO webstore
A Day/ B Day/ and Wednesday Schedule

Please use this calendar to help you determine if days are A days, B days or Workshop and Wonderful Wednesdays.